Phottix Strato 2.4 GHz Wireless 4" 1 Trigger Set for Canon (All Cables)

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About Phottix PH15676

The Phottix Strato 4-in-1 Wireless Trigger System gives photographers incredible control over their flashes and studio lights. The four channels provide unparalleled control in the studio or on location. The Strato can be used as a wired or wireless shutter release. The 2.4 GHz transmitter and receivers offer ranges of more than 100 meters and sync at speeds of 1/250 second. Transmitters feature an innovative TTL pass-through hot shoe - allowing full TTL mode to be used with a camera mounted flash. Receivers offer flash wake-up functions.

Phottix PH15676 Features

  • Flash wake-up functions
  • Hot shoe/PC Flash triggering
  • Studio strobe triggering
  • Wired and wireless shutter release functions
  • Pass-through hot shoe on transmitter allows on camera flash to use TTL functions
  • - 2.4 GHz frequency
  • Uses AAA batteries

Phottix PH15676 Specifications

Canon 380EX, 420 EX, 430EX, 430 EXII, 540 EZ, 550EX, 580 EX, 580 EXII
2.4 GHz
100m and above
4 channels
2 x AAA batteries (Transmitter and Receiver), 5V DC
Max sync speed
1/250 sec
Hot shoe, 3.5 mm, 2.5 mm ports (receiver)
Inputs Receiver
5V DC (receiver)
Inputs Transmitter
3.5mm PC input port (transmitter)
1/4 tripod lug, cold shoe (Receiver)
Input voltage
Minimum response time
C/F port voltage handling
Flash port voltage handling
5V(transmitter); 300V(receiver)
Built-in PCB antenna
Operating temperature
-15-65 deg.c
Storage temperature
-30-85 deg.c
Dimensions (L x W x H)
Transmitter: 85x 40 x 38 mm / 3.35 x 1.57 x 1.49 inches
Receiver: 85 x 40 x 31 mm / 3.35 x 1.57 x 1.22 inches
Transmitter: 76g / 2.68 oz (with batteries)
Receiver: 66g / 2.32 oz (with batteries)

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vero v  HELLO I whant to know if this item works with canon 20D? THANKS
JOHN C  It should work just fine. Simply attach the transmitter to the hot shoe on the 20D and use the receivers under your speedlights off camera. Remember, you will be shooting in manual flash mode, not ETTL, even if you use Canon flashes.
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